🇲🇽ENCHILADAS POTOSINAS in SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, MEXICO | SUNDAY CLASSIC CAR SHOW | MEXICO TRAVEL GUIDE

🇲🇽ENCHILADAS POTOSINAS in SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, MEXICO | SUNDAY CLASSIC CAR SHOW | MEXICO TRAVEL GUIDE


that is the face of AMAZEBALLS! and you
know what I am quite old I’m almost 40 believe it or not. I did just almost walk
through the other door into the toilets, OOPS! hola buenas tardes and welcome back to
San Luis Potosi today is Domingo and there’s 60s and 70s music in the
background what could be going on? I’m at a classic car show! Right so as you can
see once again it’s a lovely sunny day the weather in San Luis Potosi is
literally spot-on, beautiful, there isn’t a cloud in the sky it’s amazing and you
know what let’s start off by just saying I love cars all right if there’s one
thing you should know about me is that I love cars and you might have seen in
other videos I never ride a bike or a motorbike that’s because I can’t I’m
hopeless with balance but I am the best car driver on the planet and it’s something I
really miss and you know what I am quite old I’m almost 40
believe it or not well in four years three years now so I remember some of
these cars you know there’s old Renault’s and Fords and VW beetles, oh my god I love
the VW beetles there’s so many you know it reminds me of when I was in TAXCO with the taxis
that are the VW beetles it’s beautiful there’s Mustangs there’s Fords
you name it let’s take a look around and avoid the copyright music in the
background (50’s MUSIC) this is an Opel Rekord it looks
bizarrely similar to the Ford Cortina my dad used to have in the 80s yes I am
that old get over it but it was brown opel/vauxhall in Europe I used to have a
Vauxhall Corsa and a Vauxhall Vectra – car geek sorry! look at this man
Plymouth it’s so shiny and silver almost I don’t want to touch it, beautiful,
I’d love to drive one of these cars look at the interior oh my God look at the
interior this is cool I love cars they’re so good
this car show is in plaza de los fundadores Doris is quite central as well as all
the cars there’s also little stalls everywhere where you can buy
toy cars which literally makes my head explode because I had so many
little toy cars when I was a kid I don’t know where those cars are maybe my mum
can let me know in the comments! oh my god I thought that was a real baby is it
real baby now it’s a doll thank Christ! this is so much fun there’s the
Ghostbusters car the DeLorean Back to the Future Batmobile
oh my god this is like a car lovers orgasm and the Mystery Machine
from Scooby Doo and little figures as well how cool
Velma! look it’s the original box for the car from ghostbusters I’m having a total
geek out right now look it’s slimer oh my god I used to have a marshmallow
man toy when I was a child I used to play with him in the bath okay enough cars for one day, that’s German! Not Spanish! I did on purpose
I need an apple juice, my favourite!Q and then we’re gonna
get on to what this video was actually meant to be about which is food, yes! I’ve headed north on the hunt for comida
mexicana now there is a popular dish signature dish in san luis potosí and it
is enchiladas potosinas, so excited I’m really hungry, I wanted to go to like a more authentic little place but I can’t be bothered to walk that far so I found somewhere that looks a bit mainstream restaurant Pueblito Mexicana, they do enchiladas potosinas for 79 pesos
it’s gonna be awesome let’s eat this place is really nice is
quite busy as you see typical Mexican food, ensaladas, entrada, sopas, I’m
not gonna do that I think we’re gonna go straight to the enchiladas potosinas
that one, enchiladas huastecas, it is a different variety I believe
Cecina is dried meat we’re not gonna have that, enchiladas potosinas is
the one, it does say 89 pesos look at that beautiful, all right what
world am i living in when I have decent lighting in a food place? Look at this, it’s beautiful, you get like a massive plate thing, guacamole, frijoles This looks beautiful, it looks a bit too much, and you might think they look a bit like empanadas but apparently the difference is, it’s a different type of flour that is used also the flour is basically like infused with chilli, and apparently this came from when it was first created in the early 1900s it was an accident, so this guy was making something with flour and there were particles of chilli in the thing he was making them in, so it became this, enchiladas potosinas let’s see what they’re like, they’ve got cheese on top, these look amazing that is the face of AMAZEBALLS.
It’s got cheese inside so I’m assuming you can get different varieties. This is heaven…ooh frijoles! I don’t really like guacamole.
now whoever suggested this to me which is literally everyone thank you very
much because this is beautiful, salsa, wonderful that’s really nice
let’s put on top of the enchiladas, OMG to the max
this is heaven which is what I always say when I do a few videos, I need to
think of other words. I might need someone to carry me out of here You can really taste the chilli in the enchilada,
beautiful Frijoles, queso, this is probably enough for two people, but
when has that ever stopped me? wowsers that was beautiful I did say at
the beginning before I went in there that it did feel slightly mainstream that might
just be my opinion I could be wrong but I’m sure there’s plenty of other places
in San Luis Potosi where you can have proper authentic Enchiladas Potosinas if
you know of any why don’t you let me know in the comments down below that
will help other viewer, thank you very much
wonderful and another thing you can never know about in the comments is I’m
thinking of doing a video like a compilation video of maybe 10 best
authentic Mexican foods you can eat in Mexico let me know and the reason for
that is the reason thinking might be good idea is because when before I came
to Mexico and there I was a stupid naive dumbass foreigner I didn’t know there
was a difference between tex-mex and Mexican food
really that’s the truth I thought burritos were Mexican how thick am i and
you know what the chances are if you’re watching this and you haven’t been to
Mexico before perhaps you might think the same, you probably don’t,
I’m probably stupid but you know it might be a good idea to do that
so yeah watch out that soon possibly and without waffling on too much about food
I could do that forever by the way especially in Mexico you know there’s so
much variety in Mexico in terms of food and just come into another area like
this where you have another signature dish in another area of Mexico you know
it’s not just about tacos obviously they are amazing but you know go to someone
like Puebla, Mole poblano, Yucatan Panuchos and Salbutes, I’ feel like such a food
connoisseur in Mexico now it’s amazing that’s probably one of the best things
I’ve got out of Mexico is the experience with food so
that is the ultimate thing you must do when you come to Mexico forget burritos
in you know Taco Bell that is the ultimate sin do not go to Taco Bell
proper Mexican food right we’ve been to a car show we’ve eaten enchiladas potosinas it’s time to go to a market we haven’t that for a
while this market is quite close to the place that I ate food it’s Miguel
Hidalgo Mercado, Mercado Miguel Hidalgo good that’s right
it’s gonna have look inside I did just don’t – walk through the other door into
the toilets oops I’m hot now it is Sunday about five o’clock
so everyone’s closing up but there are some places open there’s like meat
places fish places flowers guy on the bike back there and toupee spring get
some food so there are places he can get enchiladas Potosinas this could be an
alternative for you if you’re looking for that kind of food for example
believe also that place behind me not the shutters that they’re 50 pesos for
the thing of enchiladas that is like maybe ten of them in there I probably should have
counted and that’s really cheap you know considering I paid eighty nine
of eight that’s awesome only no one message of this video along with the
food message is the fact that I’m really into markets now in Mexico since I went
to the one in Napoles the tianguis you know what I mean the moving
market and yeah you can just get things cheaper more affordable and also better
quality in my experience mana be the same everywhere but you know on the
whole markets are the place to go especially for living in Mexico for a
long period like me and you know maybe you are one with a budget a
month-to-month beautiful you’ve got clothes down there back to the usual
malarkey that you get in and these markets but it’s not like Tepito
that’s for sure right time to go home I must admit I’ve
been naughty I’ve been to Ciudado con el Perro l the best clothing
shop in Mexico for cheap-ass clothes I bought three t-shirts because this TV
shot I bought in 2017 Dallas Walmart storm-chasing I know
where I bought every single t-shirt I’ve got there’s time to get some new stuff
and say goodbye to the crappy old stuff so there’s one more video coming from
San Luis Potosi where I leased the city don’t panic there will be more and I’m
gonna go in with the tourist bus I think I’ve never done that before
stay tuned for that one if you want to see that don’t forget to subscribe as
always I’m sick of saying that I just come up with something new but then I’ll
be off to Real de Catorce, Ciudad Valles the waterfall pace
everywhere you’ve told me in the comments so when stay tuned I’ll catch
you later

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91 Comments

  1. 🇲🇽🇲🇽 Hola amigos! Welcome to the car show in San Luis and a huge portion of Enchiladas Potosinas! ATTENTION – I am aware that I said empanadas twice by mistake. I'm also aware that Burritos are eaten in some areas of Mexico, just not anywhere I've been…. yet! Remember to turn on subtitles if you cannot hear during the food section, it was loud in there, sorry!! 😜

    🇲🇽🇲🇽 Hola amigos! ¡Bienvenido a la exhibición de autos en San Luis y una gran parte de Enchiladas Potosinas! * ATENCIÓN – Soy consciente de que dije empanadas dos veces por error. También soy consciente de que los Burritos se comen en algunas áreas de México, pero no en ningún lugar en el que he estado … ¡todavía! * Recuerde que debe activar los subtítulos si no puede escuchar durante la sección de comida, hacía mucho ruido allí, lo siento. !! 😜

  2. HOLA VEN A LA HUASTECA POTOSINA , NO EXISTE MUCHA INFRESTRUCTURA PERO LOS PARAJES NATURALES LO COMPENSAN Y ES MUY ECONOMICO EL HOSPEDAJE Y LA COMIDA

  3. David, I just started watching this video and I gave it a 👍.
    Because I like your style of doing them and I always like them.

  4. I had tacos but now I want some enchiladas and guacamole! Shoot! U don’t look that old and by the way… I’m your senior!!! So is safe to say that we look good, don’t we?Hahahahahaha

  5. I like that every time you know more about the food that belongs to each region.
    My admiration and gratitude for you 👍🏻

  6. Those enchiladas look delicious! It's 11:30 p.m. and I'm ready to go to sleep and now I'm hungry. It's all your fault, David.

  7. Wow, Dave! You actually ate a bigger portion of food. Amazing! lol Were all of the enchiladas cheese? Cheese enchiladas are the only ones that I like. A food compilation video sounds like a great idea.

  8. Love the music you included in this video. I also love classic cars. One of my favorite movies about car culture and the 1960s is American Graffiti. Another great video, David.

  9. Taco Bell is definitely not authentic Mexican Food. Fun fact: Mr. Bell walked into Mitla Cafe in San Bernardino, CA and stole the recipe from the owner for his crunchy tacos. In that same city is where essentially Ray Kroc stole McDonald's from the McDonald's Brothers. Back to SLP, the food looks amazing. Can't wait for your future videos, David.

  10. David…….you should do a separate video on the classic car scene in the area you are in……years ago i pulled a 1969 camaro out of Tijuana back in 1987……drove it all the way back to ohio.i still have model car collection and hotwheels and matchbox( or in your case lesney).i could reminisce for hours about my stories of cars and drag racing,back in the 80's and early 90's my driveway was always fullof classic muscle cars and brit and german steel……….ahhh the old days that car show brought back memories.

  11. Your video choices are rockin!! Though seriously…your doing great. Did you get my email? Might want to check your spam folder if not because i have a package i ve been wanting to send you.

  12. I love the bathroom sign behind you when you are talking about your clothes you bought…… The sign is hilarious!!! Everytime i rewatch one of your videos i see more funny and interesting things in the background .you rock david!

  13. My wife and I made enchiladas poticinas after having them in a local restaurant here in California. A little work cooking them but way worth it.. Excellent video.

  14. There is this good ice cream place in plaza de los fundadores that everyone should try if you're in the area! It's on the east side of the plaza and it's a little hole in the wall place that is amazing. (Try the guanabana it sounds scary but it's so f'ing good)

  15. No, you are right, the burrito IS MEXICAN!
    It was invented in the northern border town of Juarez, Chihuahua by Don Antonio Arguetta in the 1940's. He named it "burrito" because back in those days a burro was used for transporting things in a rolled up manner, so he rolled up the filling in a flour tortilla calling it a "burrito". Here is a link that explains more https://youtu.be/M9ZbWF2HJQo
    Juarez in 1994 made it in the Guiness World Record for making the largest burrito. Also, nachos are also Mexican, invented in 1943 by Ignacio Anaya, also in a border town of Piedras Negras in the state of Sonora. The word nacho is short for Ignacio. I can see why people think its a tex Mex food, but it isn't, it's just more popular in northern vs southern Mexico . Great video!

  16. Si todavía estas en San Luis Potosí México 🇲🇽 🇲🇽 🇲🇽 y si puedes ir a la fonda orizatan que se encuentra en la calle de Pascual M. Hernández casi esquina con pasaje Zaragoza. Lo que mas me gustó ddl video que caminas con toda TRANQUILIDAD

  17. OMG you crack me up… again and again. The doll/baby, the sign at the back at the restaurant, your slimey bath toy, asking your mama to tell you where your carritos are? Jajaja. Oh and the Ninja turtle piñata cameo at 9:03? lol. Love your sense of humour.

  18. Me encanto tu video muy bueno y la música de fondo le queda muy bien , felicidades David que bonito lugar San Luis Potosí

  19. Yummm! Isn’t Mexican food the absolute best ever? Ahhh. Have you had enchiladas mineras? It’s Guanajuato’s signature enchiladas. They’re so good. Jesse basically orders that at every single restaurant we go to.

  20. Did you already see 'la caja del agua' and went to Centro de las Artes and Aranzazu? I love this places, btw I'm from San Luis 😉

  21. My coworker will be so delighted to see this video as he will be there on holiday this year. By the way, have you seen a map of the state of SLP? It looks like a little Scottish Terrier.

  22. Hola David! Yo soy de san Luis Potosí y si quieres enchiladas, ve al mercado republica, ahi de que van a ver enchiladas potosinas van a ver

  23. I think that the border states use wheat flour tortillas and that’s the origin of the burritos, in a way burritos are north mexican. In Texas you would get a version of the mexican food in the north.

  24. Mmm 😋😋😋 Las mejores enchiladas Potosinas son las que hacen en Soledad se Graciano Sánchez.. Saludos mi querido San Luis !!!! 😘😘😘😘😘 desde Chicago Illinois

  25. Que emocionante video y sobre todo que te este gustando mi bello estado, soy Potosína y me encanta mi estado.

    Te falto comer rico y barato y sobre todo algo muy muy pero muy típico de la capital Potosína, es con Doña Molle, ella se pone a un costado de la catedral.

    Saludos

  26. They best place to eat good mexican food in the town of SLP is the Hidalgo's market (mercado Hidalgo) on the second floor are too Many places of food

  27. El México de Frida
    Valentin Gama 646, Jardín, Cuauhtemoc, 78270 San Luis, S.L.P.
    01 444 811 4603
    The food there is very rich, it's a little expensive but it's worth it. You need to book to go.💕💕💕

  28. I have been to a few different locations in Mexico over the years with my family, but your videos show places that look less touristy and americanized. I would love to visit the less touristy parts someday. Once I learn the basics of spanish first so I can actually surivive.

  29. Excelentes videos en San Luis Potosi
    Muy hermoso el como recorres el centro de la ciudad…
    Me suscribo…

  30. The cemetery El Saucito if the stands are still there there’s this lady that used(passed tense haven’t been to San Luis in a Looooong Time) to sell tacquitos rojos and they were really good and oh la tostada borracha. If you ever go back to San Luis!

  31. es genial que probaras las enchiladas :3 pero algo que muchos no saben , es que las enchiladas realmente se llaman "enchiladas soledences" ya que fueron creadas en ese municipio, pero se hicieron tan famosas que el estado las llamo "enchiladas potosinas"

  32. Woow interesante video de carros clasicos soy orgullosa POTOSINA pero vivo en la CDMX pero siempre busco videos que me acerquen a mi estado potosino gracias por darte tu tiempo para hacer esre trabajo y que nos agrade por ver a SAN LUIS POTOSI bye🍝🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌵🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷

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